Oldest-Known Fossil of Bi-Lateral Creature Found

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with David Bottjer, Earth Sciences professor with the University of Southern California, about the discovery in China of what's thought to be one of the earliest fossils of a bi-lateral creature — a life form with left and right sides, and top and bottom.



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